1982 Buzo Christmas Carol
Quiz 2
As of: 11:35 p.m. E.S.T., Tuesday, March 28, 2017

1. Which of the following does Bob do on his way home from work, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
He buys groceries.
He has a couple drinks at a tavern.
He slides down an icy hill.
This is a trick question; Bob is never shown (nor does he mention) doing anything on his way home from work, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

2. Why does Tim not seem to know how to play Blind Man's Buff, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
He sits still and makes loud noises when his father is "it."
He sits still and cries like a baby instead of trying to hide from his father.
He runs to his father and grabs him by the legs, when his father is "it."
This is a trick question; no one is seen playing Blind Man's Buff, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

3. What device is used to show the passage of time at Scrooge's home, on Christmas Eve, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
A lit candle suddenly appears significantly shorter than when Scrooge started using it.
The hands of the clock on the mantel move faster than they would if they were telling time accurately.
The few grains of sand in the bottom of an hourglass suddenly appear to be the size of a large ant hill.
This is a trick question; there is nothing to indicate the passage of time, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

4. At what time does a bell on Scrooge's mantel start ringing, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
8:15 p.m.
9:25 p.m.
10:30 p.m.
11:00 p.m.

5. How many timepieces are shown in Scrooge's home, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
one: a clock on the mantel
two: a bell jar clock, and a clock on the mantel
three: a grandfather clock, a clock on the mantel, and a pocket watch
four: a grandfather clock, a bell jar clock, a clock on the mantel, and a pocket watch

6. Which of the timepieces in Scrooge's home does not seem to function, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
the clock on the mantel
the grandfather clock
the clock in the bell jar
the pocket watch

7. What time does the broken clock always indicate that it is, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
7:15 or 7:20
8:50 or 8:55
9:20 or 9:25
This is a trick question; all of the time pieces in Scrooge's home always seem to tell time accurately, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol.

8. What does Jacob Marley's ghost say about his wife and children, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
He says that he still loves them, "from beyond the grave."
He says that they were all more wicked than he was, and are in hell.
He says he hasn't been able to see them since his death.
He says he never had a wife or any children.

9. Which of the following descriptions best describes Jacob Marley's ghost, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
He looks like a blonde boy in a white toga.
He looks like the Grim Reaper.
He looks like Santa Claus.
He looks like Gene Simmons, with exaggerated, black eyelashes painted around his eyes.

10. When Scrooge shivers from cold, but refuses to put more coal in his fire, because it's expensive, how does Jacob Marley react, in this adaptation of A Christmas Carol?
He beats Scrooge with a chain.
He starts yelling so loudly that the building shakes as if it's about to fall down.
He laughs and changes the subject.
He throws one of Scrooge's wooden chairs into the fire in his fireplace.

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